Global Health Action’s Goat Program
Global Health Action’s Goat Program trains farmers in goat husbandry and care. Each graduating farmer receives a pregnant doe that has been crossed with one of the program’s purebred goats. The program provides a local source for nutrition and income. Since its inception in 1985, more than 4,000 framers have been trained.
Some of our team members will be gathering narratives from GHA’s goat farmer beneficiaries. This involves sitting down and talking with some beneficiaries (in the Leogane district), and doing some in-depth interviews with a select number of them. Point of contact for this initiative is Girija Sankar with GHA.